05/16 - Knoxville Utilities Board
05/16 - Board of Zoning Appeals
05/17 - Building Board of Adj. and Appeals
05/21 - Community Television of Knoxville
05/21 - Public Building Authority
05/22 - Sign Ordinance Task Force
05/23 - Knoxville-Knox County Community Action Committee
05/23 - KAT Community Advisory Committee
05/23 - Knoxville Transportation Authority
05/27 - CBID
05/28 - City Council and Beer Board
05/30 - KCDC
05/30 - Better Building Board
05/31 - Public Officer Hearing
Mr. Grieve has been the owner/architect of Grieve Associates Architects for 30 years. His office is located at Emory Place in one of three vintage 1888's buildings that he restored in the early 1980's. Having a personal interest in historic restoration, Mr. Grieve was responsible for restoration of the original Miller's Department Store on Gay Street (now KUB), Anderson Hall at Maryville College, and Alumni Gym at the TN School for the Deaf, among others. His practice encompasses commercial, city/state, and custom residential projects and recent examples are the Volunteer Ministry Center's new Headquarters, the Maryville Municipal Center, and several University of Tennessee projects.
For 14 years until 1986, Mr. Grieve was a tenured Assistant Professor of Architecture at UT and has since served as an adjunct professor in Professional Practice during various semesters.
Active in the American Institute of Architects (AIA) since the 1980's, Mr. Grieve became an AIA Fellow in 1997 for his service to the profession:
Local and State President
Gulf States Regional Director
National AIA Trust, Chairman
In Knoxville, he has served in many volunteer capacities:
Historic Zoning Commission
Chair, Mayor's Task Force on Preservation and on Codes Review
Cornerstone Homeless Task Force
Facade Improvement Grant Review
Broadway/Fifth Avenue Task Force
Mayor's Convention Center Art Commission
From 2008-2009, he was President of Scenic Knoxville where under his leadership digital billboards were banned from the city.
He has also been involved in many neighborhood, school, church and scouting organizations over the years.
As a City Council member representing the 2nd District, Mr. Grieve hopes to continue to serve his community.
Duane Grieve was sworn in on December 19, 2009 as the Councilman for the Second District.